Another issue we noticed, one that may have been accepted long ago by veteran Yu-Gi-Oh! Beginning of Destiny has a number of features that enable you to build a deck with semi-limited effort (organizing by type, attribute, or performing searches, etc.), but when your total number of cards begins to climb, the entire system feels like its just itching to break free of its digital constraints and move elsewhere.
All you need to know is that playing cards in Beginning of Destiny is just about the same as actually playing -- there's very little flash added into the digital experience besides brief cutscenes showing the characters performing certain actions, like drawing or placing a card.
But a number of the game's problems have nothing to do with these card battles.
Although one of your main goals is to befriend a partner to team up with for the Tag Team tournament, your time at Duel Academy seems more like an exercise in pattern-following than an actual simulation of the "anime school" experience.
This is by far the most disappointing aspect of the title.
The loading times are rather poor for a title that sports extremely simplistic sprites and overly modest backgrounds.
What's even more embarrassing for Beginning of Destiny is the presence of slowdown in certain areas -- there's really no excuse for stutters in such a graphically underwhelming title.This is the college sim portion of the game and it is, unfortunately, one of the weakest parts.Games like Harvest Moon have long since nurtured and expanded the day-to-day mechanic that gives you new challenges, new people to talk to and a varying schedule to keep things from getting repetitive. Players from around the world have been invited to take part in an elite Dueling program that simulates the best Duels across all of Yu-Gi-Oh! With over 7,400 cards to play with, including new Pendulum Summon Monsters, Duelists can fight in hundreds of matches with over 90 characters, and even compete in new Battle Pack Sealed Deck and Draft play with other Duelists online. timeline, from the original Duels to be added later as downloadable content.When it comes to Beginning of Destiny, however, very little changes around campus each day and a normally entertaining gameplay type soon becomes obnoxiously boring and mundane.